John Fisk
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John Fisk currently is the Director of the Wallace Center at Winrock International, a not-for-profit organization based in Arlington, Virginia. Under his leadership the Wallace Center has emerged as an innovative and national force in food systems, utilizing an enterprise focused strategy for linking a larger number of people and communities healthy, green, fair and affordable food. Prior to joining the Wallace Center, John consulted to several Michigan-based organizations including the Michigan Food and Farming Systems and W.K. Kellogg Foundation. He is a founding board member of the Food Routes Network which developed the Buy Fresh Buy Local campaign that is now active in over 50 regions of the country, serves as an editorial board member of the Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, and is on the advisory board for the University of Vermont Food Hub Management Program.

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